Grand Theft Auto V (Special Edition) – Playstation 3

November 29, 2014 - Comment

The Grand Theft Auto V Special Edition includes: Full retail copy of Grand Theft Auto V; Collectible SteelBook with Exclusive Artwork – features custom color and metallic treatments to bring out the detail of the Michael, Trevor and Franklin artwork created exclusively for this SteelBook; Blueprint Map – exclusive, 21.5” x 26.75” map displays a

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The Grand Theft Auto V Special Edition includes: Full retail copy of Grand Theft Auto V; Collectible SteelBook with Exclusive Artwork – features custom color and metallic treatments to bring out the detail of the Michael, Trevor and Franklin artwork created exclusively for this SteelBook; Blueprint Map – exclusive, 21.5” x 26.75” map displays a blueprint view of Los Santos and Blaine County; Special Ability Boost – Michael, Franklin and Trevor each have a unique special ability. With this boost, the special ability bar will generate 25% faster; Stunt Plane Trials – single-player Stunt Plane Trials let players take on additional aerial challenges spread throughout Los Santos and Blaine County; Bonus Outfits, Tattoos and More – Michael, Franklin and Trevor get bonus outfits in their wardrobes, character specific tattoos at tattoo parlors, and special deals from shopkeepers across Los Santos and Blaine County; Additional Weapons – when visiting Ammunation stores in single-player, merchants will have special weapons in their inventory available for free: the Pistol .50, Bullpup Shotgun and melee Hammer.

Product Features

  • Full retail copy of Grand Theft Auto V
  • Collectible SteelBook with Exclusive Artwork – features custom color and metallic treatments to bring out the detail of the Michael, Trevor and Franklin artwork created exclusively for this SteelBook
  • Blueprint Map – exclusive, 21.5 x 26.75 map displays a blueprint view of Los Santos and Blaine County
  • Special Ability Boost – Michael, Franklin and Trevor each have a unique special ability. With this boost, the special ability bar will generate 25% faster
  • Stunt Plane Trials – single-player Stunt Plane Trials let players take on additional aerial challenges spread throughout Los Santos and Blaine County

Comments

Kevin says:

Better Controls, Improved Graphics, New Mechanics Makes Open World Game Hater Love the Game Having played a few previous GTA 3 and GTA Vice City, I can say that I had never been impressed with Grand Theft Auto. Often, the open world would leave me bored as I would not be drawn into the story enough to keep moving forward. Combined with the time necessary to travel, repetitiveness of the missions, I felt as though I would never play open world games again.After much time though, I saw the trailer for Grand Theft Auto V. The trailer looked stunning featuring planes, scuba diving, and multiple playable characters. After reading about the improvements Rockstar, the developer, has made in other games (Red Dead Redemption, Midnight Club, and LA Noir) I knew that it would be unfair to write this off as “just another GTA”. Upon putting in the disc (PS3), you are greeted with an 8GB installation. This took about 15 minutes on my PS3 Slim, your mileage may vary though. The game immediately begins with the characters in a fantastic tutorial that not only introduces…

James R. says:

A 5-star game that’s worthy of being the last great game for the Playstation 3 Rockstar knows good games, and the Grand Theft Auto series just keeps getting better and better. The time and effort they put into GTAV to make a great game shows right from the opening scene. When you start playing, it feels less like a regular video game and more like an intricate story filled with action, comedic situations, and lots of real-world references and tongue-in-cheek parodies that all come together for a pretty entertaining and unforgettable story.Gameplay is similar to the previous GTA titles, but one improvement I noticed was that the driving got a little easier. The driving in GTA4 was pretty twitchy and arcade-like, but in GTAV it’s a lot smoother. Controls aren’t difficult to master, and just when you think you might forget what button you need to push, an on screen button prompt/reminder keeps you motoring along without hesitation.Graphics have also improved over the last GTA game. Granted, the facial renders, the character animation, and…

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